Tottenham and Chelsea could not have started their 2015-16 Premier League campaigns any differently. ESPN FC takes a look at the five biggest questions ahead of Saturday's crunch match.
1. Will Chelsea's mini-revival continue?
It has been a calamitous season for Chelsea, but the last couple of games have offered a hint of hope. Their performances in the past two games, wins against Norwich and Maccabi Tel Aviv, while still not exactly being entirely convincing, suggest Jose Mourinho
Jose Mourinho says John Terry could yet feature for Chelsea in Sunday's Premier League clash at Tottenham.
The 34-year-old captain suffered an ankle injury in Tuesday night's Champions League win at Maccabi Tel Aviv, and afterward Mourinho appeared to rule the defender out of Sunday's trip to White Hart Lane.
"I don't want to say that it's impossible that he plays, because maybe he plays and you'll say I was hiding,'' Mourinho said. "Today he didn't train but we have a little hope that it's possible.''
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